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  • Benidorm, La Vila Joiosa/Villajoyosa, Altea, L'Alfàs del Pi, La Nucia, Callosa d'en Sarrià, Finestrat, Polop, Relleu, Orxeta, Sella, Tàrbena, Benimantell, Bolulla, Beniardá, El Castell de Guadalest, Confrides, Benifato
Let’s take you to a unique county where the sun bathes the Mediterranean coast in a warm light, where beautiful mountain ranges create unforgettable landscapes. A place where the hardest part is leaving.


La Marina Baixa in the province of Alicante is a region you’ll want to visit over and over again. It offers the perfect setting to go on incredible hiking routes through the mountains taking you through idyllic villages. It’s a place where you can swim in natural pools, incredible mountainous landscapes as your backdrop, or be amazed by the beauty of the Mediterranean when it reaches the sea in the form of beaches and coves along the Alicante coastline.

La Marina Baixa is a true paradise, a place where you’ll find things to do, no matter your age or interests. Want to come with us and get a taste of everything it has in store for you?

La Marina Baixa: a Mediterranean treasure

La Marina is a great place if you want to feel the sea breeze, whether while exploring wild coves, vast beaches or riding the waves on a board or boat when doing water sports. The coastal towns here have a special charm too.

Get lost wandering around the historic centre of Altea, or venture along the Ruta al Faro de l’Albir in l’Alfàs del Pi, admiring the incredible coves, caves and lighthouse from high up. You can spend a whole day in Finestrat, strolling along the quiet streets shaded by Puig Campana mountain and ending with a dip at one of the many beaches.

After, head to Villajoyosa, a colourful spot with amazing beaches and an unmistakable smell of…chocolate. But we haven’t finished yet. We’ve left the best until last: a city that buzzes with energy all year round, keeping up with the Mediterranean rhythm and the true heart of La Marina Baixa.

We are talking, of course, about Benidorm, a real treat that combines a high-rise skyline with the peaks of Serra Gelada Natural Park overlooking the magnificent Poniente and Levante beaches. A place committed to sustainability where you can have fun at theme parks, go cycling, and have endless dining and leisure options to choose from.

As well as coves and steep mountains, the city also boasts an eclectic events calendar full of music festivals with musicians you can’t miss seeing perform live. 

La Marina Baixa: unforgettable mountains ranges and landscapes

If the beaches and coastal towns in La Marina Baixa haven’t won you over, wait until you get to know the inland towns and villages and the nature there. To visit, don’t forget to bring your comfy shoes so you can go for an adventure.

Discover Sierra de Bernia’s hidden gems in Callosa d'en Sarrià, where Fonts de l’Algar, home to pools and crystal clear waterfalls, is the perfect complement to a stroll around the historic centre dotted with tourist sites from past eras. Benimantell boasts thousand-year-old olive trees and walking routes that take you to ancient ice houses and castle ruins.

Beniardà and its many hiking options, Benifato, Confrides, Orxeta, the Favara fountain in La Nucia, and the incredible landscapes of Bolulla river create the perfect balance in La Marina Baixa between urban tourism and countryside that’ll take your breath away. The same is true in Orxeta and Relleu, where trying the local olive oils allows you to delve deeper into the culture adding to the overall experience.

In Polop you can visit Gabriel Miró House Museum, as well as check out climbing routes in Monte Ponoig, while the Sella has old mills, dams and freshwater pools to explore. Tàrbena invites you to discover its riuraus - traditional farmhouses - and the raisin tradition that spans centuries in Alicante. And lastly, why not visit El Castell de Guadalest, one of the prettiest villages in Spain.

Perched on a rock, dotted with curious museums, bordered by ancient walls and with views of the Guadalest Reservoir to admire, it’s a great place to fall in love with La Marina Baixa forever. Head to the province of Alicante now see it all for yourself.